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A delegation of consuls-general representing seven countries were greeted by President H K Chang and other senior staff members including Vice-President for Institutional Advancement, Professor Y S Wong, and Vice-President for Planning and Information Services, Mr John Dockerill at the Multimedia Conference Room on 22 March.
The University Publications Office has published CityU's annual report for 2000-2001. Titled Connecting the World Through Knowledge, the report outlines the University's accomplishments in the past year, including the fulfillment of its ambitious five-year AURORA strategy, itself a significant achievement.
An audience of more than 300 danced to the rhythm of a Latin beat at University Circle as the World City Cultural Night extravaganza drew to a close. The 9 March event, which marked the opening of CityU's 2002 cultural festival, embraced an array of multi-cultural performances, such as Scottish bagpipes, Australian songs, Indian dance, American jazz, Chinese music, English folkdance, Latin salsa and African drums, all under the "Love and Harmony" theme.
I wish all of our colleagues a very productive Year of the Horse, with prompt success in work, good health and fortune, like a horse galloping at strength." So began the President's festive wishes when Linkage caught up with him on the eve of the Lunar New Year. Professor H K Chang's remarks, which he described as freewheeling as a flying horse, dwell on a word play of equine-related Chinese proverbs and idioms.